Totally Accurate Battle Simulator, also referred to as TABS for short, is a game currently in open beta that allows players to simulate battles using strategy and various military units. The physics-based battles between the blue and red ragdoll armies take place in real time and are fascinating to watch. It is impossible to foresee what will happen and at times the results can be hilarious. Continue reading Totally Accurate Battle Simulator (TABS) // Open Alpha Download
When you first start up Red Crucible: Reloaded, you have to download 15.8 MB. That can take several minutes, and after that, you have another load screen. With that said, this is a free first-person shooter game that is in 3D, so you can expect a load for that. Continue reading Red Crucible: Reloaded // Spawn, Die, Repeat!
Pixelated bloodlust is the name of the game in this exciting shoot’em up. Pixel Warfare 5 once again puts you in the shoes of an anonymous avatar as you go through the massive Minecraft environment levels, trying to destroy anything and everything that crosses your path as you wage war against a plethora of other online gamers who are out to do the same to you. Continue reading The fun and addictive gamplay of Pixel Warfare 5
Silvergames has debut LAB , a hot new game from the retro developer Mutantleg, on its website. The game similar to the original Wolfenstein game produced during the eighties. So for all of us “retro first person shooter” gamers’ out there, it’s time to get your game on! Continue reading LAB: A hot new retro first person shooter
Fans of sniper games can afford to have high standards for their time. With so many entries into the genre, there’s been shockingly few attempts to actually innovate in it. However, every once in a while a well-conceived genre fusion comes along, as we see with Dawn of the Sniper. Continue reading Dawn of the Sniper: Kill creepy undeads to rescue humans
Dark Dayz is a top-down shooter with some adventure game components set during a zombie apocalypse. The graphics in the game have a distinctive style that goes with the world. They are done very well even though everything is two-dimensional. The animations are smooth for both the character, the screen icons and the enemies. Moody music plays in the background and changes to reflect what is happening on the screen. The sound effects are exactly what you would expect from a zombie shooter. Continue reading Dark Dayz: Survive the zombie madness set in a dystopian future
Pixel Warfare v2 is a multiplayer online first person shooter. It uses a basic lobby matching system. The game differentiates itself from others because it uses the popular pixelated and blocky graphics style found in Minecraft. This gives the game a unique look for a first person shooter although it also takes something away. The pixelated graphics can become confusing. The grid-aligned restrictions of the blocky world create uninteresting or predictable maps. An added problem is that the large pixels can create a confusing mess on the screen making it hard to see your enemies. Continue reading Pixel Warfare v2: Awesome FPS action in Minecraft-inspired Worlds
In the age of Flash games, many classic, arcade games have been coded and adapted for browser play. Bubble Shooter is one of many variants of bubble-popping games, and it can be played for free in nearly any browser.
Bubble Shooter takes mere seconds to get started with the bubble popping madness. When a player begins a new game, they are presented with a game board that contains a large group of differently covered bubbles at the top. At the bottom of the board, there is a “bubble shooter” cannon that can be aimed in different directions.
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Second in the Dead Zed series, Dead Zed 2 improves on the original mix of survival management and zombie shoot’em up with streamlined graphics and improved gameplay. Continue reading Dead Zed 2: Survive the Zombicalypse